Senior Lecturer in Cardiovascular Sciences undertaking British Heart Foundation funded research into the signal transduction pathways that regulate small artery function in health and disease.
Teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate students in the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health.
Postgraduate Research Senior Division Tutor, Division of Cardiovascular Sciences
Following graduation in physiology from University of Manchester I worked in cardiovascular research at Pfizer Central Research, Kent before spending 3 years as a Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA. Following which, I returned to Leicester University and then moved to Manchester where I completed my PhD. In 1991 I was awarded a British Heart Foundation Intermediate Fellowship, and in 1995 was appointed as a Lecturer in Cardiovascular Research at Manchester University. In 2005 I was promoted to my current position of Senior Lecturer in Cardiovascular Sciences at Manchester.
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